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GOOD NEWS FROM SCHOOLS: JROTC cleans up streets

Special Photo Thirty-five cadets from North Gwinnett High School's Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps reported for duty recently at the Suwanee Police Station. Keeping a mile of Buford Highway clean is part of a community project which the unit has undertaken for many years. EVery semester, students pick up trash on both sides of the road from the police station all the way to McGinnis Ferry Road. 

Special Photo Thirty-five cadets from North Gwinnett High School's Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps reported for duty recently at the Suwanee Police Station. Keeping a mile of Buford Highway clean is part of a community project which the unit has undertaken for many years. EVery semester, students pick up trash on both sides of the road from the police station all the way to McGinnis Ferry Road. 

Thirty-five cadets from North Gwinnett High School's Air Force Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps reported for duty recently at the Suwanee police station.

Keeping a mile of Buford Highway clean is part of a community project which the unit has undertaken for many years. Every semester, students pick up trash on both sides of the road from the police station all the way to McGinnis Ferry Road.

Fall Festival planned in Grayson

GRAYSON -- Grayson Elementary has scheduled its annual fall festival for 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday.

The event also features a 5K race, which begins at 8 a.m. Race-day registration begins at 7:15 a.m.

Other festival features include a dunking booth, cake walk, silent auction, crafts, games, face painting and food.

Grayson Elementary is located at 460 Grayson Parkway.

Literacy night scheduled

LAWRENCEVILLE -- The inaugural literacy night at Alford Elementary is scheduled for 6 to 8 p.m. Oct. 27 at 2625 Lawrenceville Highway.

The event includes guest readers, book raffles, art activities, food, readers' theater and literacy games.

For more information, call 678-924-5300.

Frank Reddy writes about education. Good News from Schools appears in the Sunday edition of the Daily Post.